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Car losing battery

I have a 2001 Hyundai Tiburon. Car would not start last evening; took to shop. Although battery was only 2 months old the shop said it was bad and replaced under warranty. They also checked alternator and said it is OK. During drive home the radio shut down, followed by the clock and car then stopped running. When trying to restart ther is a click, click, click noise but motor does not turn over. Any ideas?

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Possible faulty starter motor. If it is stuck on, you will not always know, it will drain your battery and burn itself out, particularly the solenoid. It could blow other fuses, check and replace if required. Try replacing starter motor. Some times you can give the starter motor a sharp tap and it will work but not always, first sign of a dodgy starter motor is click click click.

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